Delay & Closing Info
Each and every school day, the safe transporting of our students is a top priority. Often we operate in less than ideal conditions caused by traffic jams, road construction, wet and slippery pavement, poor visibility due to rain and fog, or accumulated snow and ice.
The district has 120 buses with more than 600 individual bus routes each day, transporting thousands of students to and from our 13 schools as well as to and from private/parochial schools. Without sacrificing safety, each day of inclement weather is unique and therefore evaluated accordingly. The condition of roads, the location of the storm, and precipitation and temperature predictions are among the many factors considered.
- How will we be notified of a cancellation or delay?
- If schools are closed, will students participate in remote learning?
- If Centerville Schools are closed, will you still provide transportation to nonpublic schools?
- Will after-school activities also be cancelled on days when schools are closed?
- What is the schedule for a 2-hour delayed start?
- Will Centerville Schools consider an early dismissal?
- Could schools be closed for other reasons besides weather?